Greenlight Activities Board
The student-run Greenlight Activities Board plans, advertises and staffs campus events for students … events like comedic acts, movies, concerts, lectures and other special events.
GGC Students: We Want You!
The Greenlight Activities Board consists of five committees and an executive board that plan entertainment and educational events for the GGC student body.
Greenlight is currently looking for members and making plans for future events. Students who participate in Greenlight gain leadership, event planning, marketing and communication experiences. Plus members contribute to the GGC community and make tons of connections.
Join, participate and learn more about what we're doing for you.
Culture and Arts Committee
The Culture and Arts Committee provides diverse, contemporary perspective and experiences for students. This responsibility includes hosting open mic nights, cultural showcases, dance performances and many different visual art opportunities. This committee also works with the surrounding community to provide information about cultural and arts events off campus that are free or discounted for GGC students.
The Entertainment Committee organizes events centered on live entertainment such as music, lectures, comedy, magicians and special topic forums.
The Films Committee selects and promotes films, maintaining a film series in the Student Center and hosting other events, such as film and/or TV trivia nights. Selected films range from classics, independent features, documentaries, international movies, and of course, the latest box-office hits.
Grizzly Nights Committee
The Grizzly Nights Committee coordinates the monthly late night program held on Friday night between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. This committee provides Friday nights filled with fun entertainment, free food and novelty activities on campus, like movie screenings, concerts, game nights, midnight breakfast and much more.
Special Events and Traditions Committee
The Special Events and Traditions Committee coordinates daytime programs, festivals and unique activities toward establishing traditions on campus, like Spirit Week.